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1997 S&M Sabbath

#1 2013-10-17 10:11pm

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1997 S&M Sabbath

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1997 S&M Sabbath

I burned a bike and this is what happened.  Rawed out, weld burns, to the extreme! 

Started with a Raw frame, I completely sanded to remove all blemishes, pits, metal marks ect. Progressively smoothed out, and polished it up to a mirror like shine, which is hard to do on 4130.  But really love the raw looks with weld marks left.  But wanted to do something totally unique. So I burned it!!  Raw, weld burn look, but over exaggerated. I also did the forks, handlebars,cranks, and seat post.  Put alot of time into this bike/parts.  Wasn't easy. Think it turned out different looking then the norm, or some painted/powdered same old, same old.   Polished the Redneck stem and Engine Turned it. 90% of bike was stripped, smoothed, polished, brushed, engine turned or burnt.  Full out, full on, complete 1 of a kind custom. Think I accomplished that.  Keeps the hobby fun, doing something different. 

Frame: 1997 S&M Sabbath (Burned)Forks: S&M Pitchforks (Burned)Handlebars: Odyssey Bar Mitzvah (Burned)Stem: S&M Redneck gyro (polished & Engine turned)Headset: Pr1mo GorillaGyro: OdysseyLevers: Dia Compe 182 Tech 7 locking ( Polished)Rims: Pr1mo Hula Hoop front 48h (black chrome)            Alex Supra J rear 48h (chrome)Hubs: Pr1mo Son of a Bomb 48h front            Odyssey Hazard 13t cassette 48h rearTires: Freestyle flatland GT gum sidewallsCranks: Solid 2nd gen ( Burned)BB: Solid sealed 1" spindleChainwheel: Profile 36t (Stripped & brushed)Pedals: Pr1mo Tenderizers( stripped & polished)Chain: KMCSeat: Pr1moSeat post: Pr1mo Rod (Burned)Seat clamp: S&M (Stripped & brushed)Brakes: Dia Tech 990s blue annoPegs: P1imo Tube Steaks

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#2 2013-10-18 3:47am

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Re: 1997 S&M Sabbath

I love what you did, nice build smile

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#3 2013-10-18 5:16am

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Re: 1997 S&M Sabbath

One of the coolest ideas I have seen and a rad S&M . cool


" Some may never live, but the crazy never die. "

     ~ Hunter S. Thompson 

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#4 2013-10-18 5:36am

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Re: 1997 S&M Sabbath

Wow!!! Bro that is really rad Love the looks on the bike. Great job.

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#5 2013-10-18 8:50am

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Re: 1997 S&M Sabbath

Thanks guys.  I tried doing something unique...

Some more pics
Couldn't get to fit between his legs, darn pegs
http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/ii158/anjudoknow420/20131007_141957_zps75dc99e8.jpg
http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/ii158/anjudoknow420/20131007_140951_zps6f5f197d.jpg
http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/ii158/anjudoknow420/20131007_142500_zpsd3fe23d2.jpg
http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/ii158/anjudoknow420/IMG_20131007_105511_zps281efc56.jpg
http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/ii158/anjudoknow420/20131007_141657_zpsf8cb02cf.jpg

All the pics were taken with my cell phone.  Was riding thru old town Scottsdale n came accross these spots.  N bike is heavy enough without adding extra weight of backpack, haha jk

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#6 2013-10-20 8:19pm

bigbill
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Re: 1997 S&M Sabbath

Awesome job a new favorite


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#7 2013-11-07 11:49pm

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Re: 1997 S&M Sabbath

It turned out beautiful mate, good job!

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#8 2014-06-16 5:00pm

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Re: 1997 S&M Sabbath

Totally stunning bike!


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